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Discover the neighbourhood

Get more out of your visit to the museum and discover the neighbourhood!

Can't get enough of the cultural offerings in the area? Why not pay a visit to our 'neighbours' in Schaerbeek! Tip: they are easily reached by tram 92!

 

Tasting session at the Schaerbeek Beer Museum

Fancy a delicious local beer? Before or after your visit, head to the Schaerbeek Beer Museum, where you will find out everything about our Belgian beers and enjoy a beer afterwards.

Free visit only possible on Wednesday or Saturday afternoon, guided tours by appointment).

Guided visit to Schaerbeek Beer Museum:

Saint-Servaes stop

 

Visit the town hall of Schaerbeek

The town hall of Schaerbeek was built in the same year as the Schaerbeek train station. They both illustrate the Flemish neo-renaissance style. During your visit you can find several marvels in the building itself, including the honorary staircase, the wedding hall, the council chamber, the lecture hall and the ticket counter.

Only possible from Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. final entrance.

Guided visit Town Hall :

Pogge stop

 

Visit the Castle "Eenens" – House of the Arts

This patrician house, one of the rare remains from Schaerbeek's past, was built in 1826 by patrician Charles-Louis Eenens, on a location called "Op den Zavel". In 1950 the building was bought by the municipality of Schaerbeek, which transformed it into the "House of the Arts", a cultural centre which can be used for all kinds of artistic activities and exhibitions. The building contains several important items, such as the Louis XV and Louis XVI lounges, and the dining hall of which the mantelpiece is set with old Delft manganese tiles. It is also where the cup is kept that Prince Frederik van Oranje drank tea from in 1830 during his stop in this residence, during the withdrawal of the Dutch troops.

Only possible from Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. final entrance.

Guided visit to House of the Arts:

Robiano stop

 

Other fun ideas close to Train World

 

Discover the Atomium

At 15 minutes distance (eg. by public transport, car,..) you can visit Belgium’s most famous monument, the Atomium, which is definitely worth  visiting!

Guided visit to Atomiumrukiye.yildiz@atomium.be

Photo: © www.atomium.be - SABAM 2016 - Christophe Licoppe / Befocus

 

Autoworld

An impressive historic building in Brussels, linked with automotive history, is home to Autoworld, the Belgian National Automobile Museum. Over 300 vehicles, ranging from cars and trucks to motorcycles, are on permanent display. From the earliest models of the distant past to contemporary cars that prefigure the automobile of tomorrow, visitors are guided through the motorcar’s history dating as far back as 1896.

Autoworld is a museum on the move, with temporary exhibitions taking on various automotive themes organised throughout the year.

More detailed information on autoworld.be

 

Explore Mini-Europe

Do you want to explore Europe in half a day? The unique parc of Mini-Europe puts about 250 European monuments on a reduced scale on display. Be surprised by the realistic details of this bitesize world!

For 2020, Train World and Mini-Europe offer a combined ticket for groups:

Adults (18-66 yo) 21,71 €

Group of min. 20 persons

1 free entry / coach

+67 years 18,70 €

Group of min. 20 persons

1 free entry / coach

Schools (children up to 18 years / Youth groups (children up to 18 years) 12,10 €

Group of min. 15 persons

1 free entry / 20 paying visitors

Disabled people 12,10 €

Group of min. 10 persons

1 free entry / 10 paying visitors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today we're open from 10:00 until 17:00 (last admission at 15:30).

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